Poudre Valley Hospital Selects ProVation® Medical Software for Gastroenterology Documentation and Coding

<0> Wolters Kluwer HealthLori Brokaw-Brown, 317-705-7618Senior Marketing Communications SpecialistWolters Kluwer Health Clinical Solutions </0>

Located in Fort Collins, CO, the 241-bed is a regional medical center serving the residents of northern Colorado, southern Wyoming and western Nebraska. The only hospital in Fort Collins, Poudre Valley is accredited by the Joint Commission and has been named one of America’s 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare by three times. The organization has also been named to “Most Wired” and “Most Wireless” list for eight consecutive years, and has made list of Top 500 Users of Innovative Information Technology for five years.

“Poudre Valley Hospital is dedicated to providing innovative, comprehensive care. This is evidenced by their many technology awards and achievements,” said Mike Haldane, Vice President and General Manager, Clinical Documentation, Wolters Kluwer Health Clinical Solutions. “We are pleased that they have added ProVation MD for GI to their existing catalog of technology solutions to provide streamlined documentation and coding within the hospital’s GI labs.”

ProVation Medical provides procedure documentation and clinical decision support solutions for hospitals and Ambulatory Surgery Centers. ProVation MD, ProVation MultiCaregiver and ProVation EHR software reduce transcription, paper storage and image printing costs and deliver a high Return on Investment (ROI). ProVation Order Sets, , puts evidence-based healthcare into practice by establishing and maintaining standards of care.

is part of , a leading global provider of information, business intelligence and point-of-care solutions for the healthcare industry. Wolters Kluwer Health is part of , a market-leading global information services company with 2011 annual revenues of €3.4 billion ($4.7 billion).

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